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Please, add "Smooth tool" to liquify persona. Photoshop already has it and sometimes this is invaluable to fix "messy" areas.

Smoothign should just mix current state with original (under cursor) with very low divider/percentage

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The Reconstruct Tool does this already. liquifyreconstructtool.png

I find you need a very low value of opacity (0.2%) to make tiny tweaks.

https://affinity.help/photo/English.lproj/pages/LiquifyPersona/liquify.html


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On 4/27/2019 at 10:30 PM, Aammppaa said:

The Reconstruct Tool does this already. liquifyreconstructtool.png

I find you need a very low value of opacity (0.2%) to make tiny tweaks.

https://affinity.help/photo/English.lproj/pages/LiquifyPersona/liquify.html

i see... yep, in terms of mixing with original value. But turns out i was wrong about photoshop smoothing - its working not like that, not like i described... something more sophisticated

Smoothing adjust messed part of the grid to be on line (on grid with some regularity) to the outer grid - which can be already rotated, shifted, etc. it`s not "original" positions. it`s "current" positions, just not under brush tip. smoothing align mesh under brush tip to the grid out of brush tip.

recornstruct targets on original position regardless to the state of the outer part of the mesh... so behaviour is not the same, unfortunately //

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I am not a Liquify expert, and don't have Photoshop to compare with.

Sorry I don't have the answer - perhaps someone else does?


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